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laprascopic Gall Bladder removals are simple routine proceedures.
Posted on October 25th, 2010
I had chosen to have it done based on the pain of the gall stones and that statement made by Dr. Krawcheck. My gall bladder was removed and 4 days later I had a high fever. I return to the ER and was admitted and a CT scan revealed an infection. The CT scanner was then used to place a drain. That drain was removed 2-months & 2-days later at an office visit, no CT, by a 4th year med student (with no sight of a resident or attending Doctor). I was given a note to return to work the 8-days later(during which time I had some minor nausea and my temp went to 99.2-99.6F a few times, then half way through my 1st day back, I got pale and my co-workers called the paramedics. I went to a different hospital where it was discovered I had infections all throughout my abdomen, a hole in my duodenum, and a pseudo-anurism on my billiary artery. I have been in the hospital going on 5-week & 3-day...TBD
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